The destination is never “fuzzy” to a great leader

A great leader is one who has a clear vision that helps in showing followers the proper destination. A weak leader or a micro manager is one who is not sure of the destination himself.As a result of this the followers never have a clear sense of vision. The human brain is oriented in aContinue reading “The destination is never “fuzzy” to a great leader”

Reason our “WHY” should be for service to others

The concept of WHY was introduced by Simon Sinek in his iconic book titled “Start With Why”. A WHY is another name for finding a deep filled purpose in our lives.This has to be in sync with our own personality traits as well. When we run after short term benefits , hit a goal ,Continue reading “Reason our “WHY” should be for service to others”

Are you living your WHY?

Simon Sinek pioneered the concept of WHY as one which gives us purpose and meaning in our lives.We should each strive towards finding out our real purpose or “WHY” in our lives for a fulfilling life. When we say and do the things what we truly believe our behavior is regarded as consistent.This is whenContinue reading “Are you living your WHY?”

Why our brain wants us to “chase our passion”?

Our human brain is naturally oriented to feel happy and charged up when we feel a sense of purpose in what we do. When we do something we are passionate about , we love the job that we do.On the other hand when we are forced to do something just for the sake of aContinue reading “Why our brain wants us to “chase our passion”?”

When can “workers” truly become “leaders”?

“When we tell people to do their jobs , we get workers.When we trust people to get the job done , we get leaders.” – Simon Sinek Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book titled “Find Your Why”

Should “Team” just be a group of people?

A team should not just be a group of people who work together. A team is a group of people who trust each other. This forms the basis of high performance “trusting teams” where team members feel safe to express vulnerability. Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book titled “Find Your Why”